Microsoft’s app store for Windows has become a fairly impressive library of software for users, and we want our readers to go into the new year with apps that will make their PCs just that much better. To that end, we’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite apps from the Microsoft Store. Some came out this year, while a few are slightly older, but they’re all pretty great. We’re going to assume, if you’re here, you already have the basics — Microsoft Word, a Twitter client, the Xbox app. But there are a huge amount of apps available on the Store you might not have seen. The Windows Store unfortunately suffers from “haystack” syndrome: there are so many apps on the store (many of dubious quality) that it can be hard to find the ones that will actually benefit you and your life. Hard Fork? Hard Fork. HARD FORK So here’s a list of some must-have apps from the Store, both for those who use Windows for work, and those who use … [Read more...] about TNW’s favorite apps for Windows users in 2018
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Article Contents1 Featured App1.1 Tasks N Todos - ToDo List Manager2 Apps2.1 Alfred2.2 Halo Waypoint by Microsoft2.3 Localphone International Calls2.4 MiLocker by MIUI2.5 MoreQuicklyPanel2.6 Weather Underground2.7 Lync 2010 by Microsoft2.8 YouSendIt mobile app2.9 Schemer by Google2.10 easyJet2.11 Box for Dolphin2.12 Flash Video Browser2.13 WD TV Remote2.14 SB Nation - Sports News2.15 Pocket Blonde 2: Everfriends2.16 Papa John's Pizza2.17 Dotti Disposable Camera2.18 goHow Airport2.19 The Soup - official app by E!2.20 TWC TV2.21 savvy.com2.22 TSN Mobile: Android Edition2.23 Red Bull TV2.24 PocketCloud Explore2.25 MyHeritage2.26 DailyINK Comics2.27 Momondo Flight Search2.28 ABBYY Lingvo Dictionaries2.29 aTimer2.30 LifeShield Phone3 Live Wallpapers3.1 Exodus Live Wallpaper3.2 Christmas Rink Live Wallpaper3.3 The Aurora FREE3.4 Galaxy Light LWP4 WTF Apps Of The Week4.1 Kiss Her More4.2 Bird Poop4.3 Speaker Cleaner5 Know A Worthy New App? Let Us Know! Welcome to the weekly roundup of the … [Read more...] about 34 Best (And 3 WTF) New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (12/9/11
Many will likely get a games console this Christmas but, equally, there will be plenty who get the cash instead.That means they might be yet to choose which machine to buy.You have the ground-breaking Nintendo Switch, the PlayStation 4 and the Xbox One S. Then, for those with a larger budget, there are the 4K gaming powerhouses, the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X.That's a lot to consider, which is why we look at the five major games consoles to see which would best suit you.HardwareThe Nintendo Switch is markedly different from its rivals in hardware terms. Without going too deep into the specifications, it has a mobile processing architecture from Nvidia that is a heavily modified Tegra X1 chipset, while the PlayStation and Xbox consoles all opt for more conventional computing power.On the Switch, games have the potential of running in 1080p 60fps when in docked mode and fed to a TV, 720p 60fps on its own integrated screen when on the move. Most Xbox One S and standard PS4 games run … [Read more...] about Nintendo Switch vs PS4 vs Xbox One: Which should you choose?
The May unveil of the Xbox Adaptive Controller included a pledge from Microsoft: the company didn't care if other gaming companies jumped on board, or even piggybacked on Microsoft's product, to get more limited-mobility users into console gaming. Neither Sony nor Nintendo has followed suit by unveiling official support for the $100 XAC, but one enterprising user has confirmed what we long suspected. Other consoles (in today's case, the Nintendo Switch) can nimbly support Microsoft's ambitious controller after jumping through simple hoops. YouTube user MyMateVince posted his confirmation over the weekend (embedded below) along with a step-by-step guide of what's needed to open the Nintendo Switch up to the XAC—and, thus, its support for USB joysticks and 3.5mm-port switches and pedals. The biggest requirement is a third-party USB adapter, and this test used the Mayflash MAGIC-NS Wireless Controller Adapter (currently under $25 at Amazon). This adapter was chosen in part … [Read more...] about Nintendo joins the limited-mobility club with Xbox Adaptive Controller (unofficially)
Microsoft’s November update for Xbox One consoles brings a plethora of new capabilities and changes, including the ability to directly stream from Amazon Music. The app is available for Xbox One users today for customers based in the United States, according to a press release. More countries are expected to be added “soon,” but there isn’t a firm launch date just yet. Amazon Music joins Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and YouTube as apps that people can use to stream music. Amazon Prime members can use the new Xbox One app to stream from their library at no additional cost, according to Microsoft. The app is available in the Xbox Store now. … [Read more...] about Amazon Music is now available on Xbox One consoles